1. ATIKUR RAHMANâ€‹ - Assistant Professor (Selection Grade) Department of English, Bilasipara College & Co-ordinator, IQAC,
Bilasipara College, Bilasipara, Dhubri, Assam, India.
Any dossier of particular uniqueness of the language and text of romanticism covers the objectivity and an importance on distinctiveness, spontaneity, liberty, etc. It has some norms. Romanticism is the name of a 19th-century dream of life that found look in art, literature, music and the cultures. Intense feelings and the individual are vital in this viewpoint. The highlighting features of romanticism are adoration of nature, consciousness and acceptance of feelings, celebration of creative ingenuity and imagination, importance on aesthetic beauty, ideas of solitude, importance on exoticism and history, religious and supernatural sources, bright sensory analysis, etc. This is a very short poem made up of simply three stanzas. Each quatrain insecurely obtains rhymes. Each rhyme is either an off rhyme, focusing the sounds do not equivalent absolutely. This is different from an eye rhyme, wherein the words justly appear alike, in that the end sounds do resemble each other intimately. Lastly, it can be mentioned that the rhymes of the first and last stanzas use the same words in reverse order. Basically the poem So We will Go No More a Roving is a romantic concept composed by the poet Lord Byron. It is very significant that the year 1817, this poem was integrated in a letter to Thomas Moore. It was not until 1830 that Moore published it in a volume titled Letters and Journals of Lord Byron. The present paper will explore the romantic phenomenon which is depicted in the Lord Byron's poem So We will go no more a Roving .
Romantic, Phenomenon, Lord Byron, So We will go no more a Roving, Love, Feelings.